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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 54 Issue 7, July 1990
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Traveling the Waccamaw River, explorers may encounter hundreds of wildlife species.
There are forty-one different kinds of fireflies living in North Carolina. In this country they are commonly called lightning bugs and in others they are glow-worms. These little creatures that twinkle through long summer nights are not flies, bugs, or worms at all but are small flying beetles. Lee relates interesting information about fireflies.